SEYMOUR — Jeffersonville split a dual Hoosier Hills Conference meet at Seymour on Tuesday night.
SELLERSBURG — Junior point guard Kynidi Striverson scored 18 points to pace five in double figures and lead Class 3A No. 1 Silver Creek to an 83-23 victory over visiting Clarksville in a Mid-Southern Conference game Wednesday night.
The Silver Creek boys’ basketball team, not surprisingly, was a unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in Class 3A in the Associated Press polls released Wednesday.
NEW WASHINGTON — Skylar Cochran scored a game-high 18 points, including 14 in the first half, to lead Charlestown to a 51-36 win at New Washington in a Clark County showdown Tuesday night.
Indiana junior forward Race Thompson heeded his coach’s advice heading into the Hoosiers' opening game of the Maui Invitational against Providence on Monday afternoon.
NEW ALBANY — With games being canceled left and right due to COVID-19, New Albany made the most of getting to play its first two games last week. After whipping Clarksville by 54 points Tuesday night, the Bulldogs continued flexing their muscles and defeated Bloomington South 61-36 Saturday …
NEW WASHINGTON — Kaidin James tallied 24 points and Adrian Miles netted 20 in her debut as host New Washington rolled to an 87-39 victory over Milan on Saturday afternoon.
Tre Coleman (Nevada): The Jeffersonville graduate, a 6-foot-7 forward on the men’s basketball team, has averaged nine points in his first two games with the Wolf Pack. In his first college game, Coleman came off the bench to score 13 points in Nevada’s 62-48 triumph over North Dakota State. …
Sean East (Bradley): The New Albany graduate, a 6-3 sophomore guard on the men’s basketball team, is averaging 7.7 points, five assists and 4.7 rebounds in his first three games with the Braves, who went 2-1 in the Xavier Invitational. He had eight points, a game-high eight assists and six r…
PEKIN — Sophomore forward Kyia McKinley tallied 22 points to lead Class 2A No. 7 Eastern to a 55-38 victory over visiting New Albany in a girls’ basketball game Wednesday night.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Carlik Jones scored 18 points and had 11 rebounds, J.J. Traynor made a pair of free throws with 5.1 seconds left and Louisville held off Seton Hall 71-70 on Friday in the Wade Houston Tipoff Classic at the KFC Yum! Center.
The Jeffersonville boys’ basketball team has paused all activities until Dec. 9 due to COVID-19, according to first-year Red Devils coach Andrew Grantz.
Tre Coleman (Nevada): The Jeffersonville graduate is a 6-7 freshman forward on the men’s basketball team. “Tre is a big, athletic wing who can defend all over the court,” Nevada coach Steve Alford said. “He gives us a ton of versatility. A high-level athlete who will bring energy on both sid…
Over the past three seasons Clark and Floyd counties have combined to produce a Mr. Basketball and four Indiana All-Stars on the hardwood.
There is a tradition at Taylor University, a small NAIA school in Indiana, where the entire crowd sits in complete silence until the men’s basketball team scores its 10th point of the game and sets off a wild celebration.
As more than 300 teams prepare to start a season that will look nothing like any before it, the conversation isn’t so much about who will be cutting down the nets at the end of March Madness as much as whether anyone will cut down the nets at all.
The Silver Creek boys’ basketball team checked in at No. 3 in the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association’s preseason Top 20 rankings released Sunday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Led by senior Sydney Flora, Jeffersonville edged Evansville Memorial for the team title at Saturday's Mount Vernon Invitational.
MINNEAPOLIS — Rondale Moore had 15 catches for 116 yards and ran for a touchdown, but it wasn’t enough as host Minnesota edged Purdue 34-31 in a Big Ten game Friday night.
CLARKSVILLE — Kylie Perez scored 13 points — all in the first half — to help Clarksville build a 25-11 lead on its way to a 49-23 victory over visiting Cannelton on Friday night.
NEW WASHINGTON — New Washington ran out to an early lead and never looked back en route to a 66-29 victory over visiting Henryville in the Southern Athletic Conference opener for both Friday night.
Next week’s Fast Freddie’s Festive Five-Mile Foot Feast, a Thanksgiving staple as much as turkey and mashed potatoes in Southern Indiana for more than 30 years, will be unlike any of its previous races.
Rachel Walker (Bellarmine): The Jeffersonville graduate, a junior on the women’s swim team, was recently named the program’s Women’s Swimmer of the Decade. In her first two years, Walker has earned three All-America awards and three All-Great Lakes Valley Conference honors while also setting…
Ceci Rush (Louisville): The Providence graduate is a freshman libero/defensive specialist on the volleyball team. In five matches this season, Rush has recorded three service aces, three digs and one kill for the Cardinals, who went 5-2 in the fall.
Luke Gohmann (Marian): The Floyd Central graduate, a 6-6 junior forward on the men’s basketball team, came off the bench to score a team-high — and career-high — 16 points in the Knights’ 78-56 victory over Rio Grande on Tuesday night. Gohmann was 4 for 4 from the field, including 2 of 2 fro…
This Week's Circulars
Lucille Lynch of Clarksville, IN. died peacefully on Wednesday, December 02, 2020 at Autumn Woods Health Campus. Lucille was a simple and faithful follower of Jesus and a contented homemaker. Lucille was born in Meredian, MS. to Robert Lee Allen and Eva Ruth Shadoan Allen on November 16, 193…
Ronald Lee Clark, 74, passed away on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at his home. He was born in Louisville and was a retired Yardmaster for CSXT. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War, a member of VFW Post 1257 Martinsville, American Legion Post 35, Jeffersonville, and a member of Hoosier H…
Shirley W. Snodgrass, Jr., age 57, passed away Sunday, November 29, 2020, at Clark Memorial Hospital. He was a manager for McDonalds and McAlister's Deli. He is a native of Jeffersonville, IN. He loved his cat and dogs. Shirley was preceded in death by his parents, Shirley W. Snodgrass and S…
Shoppers this Christmas are considering not only what gifts to buy, but also how safe it is to shop in person with COVID-19 surging. Retailers have spread out special sales in an effort to reduce the typical Black Friday blitz. Health officials are encouraging more online shopping to reduce exposure to the pandemic. Brisk sales are anticipated, though; the National Retail Federation predicts November-December sales to increase between 3.6% and 5.2% over 2019.
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